As featured in AdelaideNow this system detect communication signals between mobile phones, ship radios and picks up distress signals, will be commissioned on NZ naval ships by early next year.
Called COMMSECA, which uses a wide band spectrum can be tuned and calibrated to filter through hundreds of signals and part of Daronmontâ€™s intellectual property is to identify exact emitting locations.
Daronmont employs close to 50 staff, including graduates, most of whom are based in Mawson Lakes while the founder and a small management team are based in Victoria.
Daronmont communications and electronics systems program manager Mike Smith said all of the product concept, hardware and software work was done in SA.
For more information see www.daronmont.com.au